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in 2013. phil lebeau has the report. >>> how about housing? what a story housing has been this year. a milestone. home prices on track for their first year-over-year gain since 2006. is the worst finally over? some say yes, others say no. what does michelle caruso-cabrera say. >> tyler, let's drill down to the numbers you were talking about. only four hours to go until america goes over the fiscal cliff. the dow jones industrial average down 113 points. had been down 148 points. look at that as we come on the air back above 13,000 level, not by much. the nasdaq, the biggest decline. 33 points. below 3,000 now at 2957. actually, hasn't been below 3,000 before that. s&p lower by 14 points. a decline of 1%. 1405 so holding onto the 1400 level. president obama is back at the white house. all eyes are on senate lawmakers now. amam jabbers is in washington. >> reporter: president obama did cut his vacation short in hawaii. he has arrived back at the white house this morning. the president emerging from marine one. what he's going to work on here in washington is pretty much anybody's gues
in the big apple. >>> and later the white house releases the first beau obama christmas video. it's much better than the old barney camp videos and we have the tape to prove us. share your thoughts on facebook and twitter. we're coming right back. of ta. it's changing the conversation. ♪ or that printing in color had to cost a fortune. nobody said an all-in-one had to be bulky. or that you had to print from your desk. at least, nobody said it to us. introducing the business smart inkjet all-in-one series from brother. easy to use. it's the ultimate combination of speed, small size, and low-cost printing. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." thanks for watching tonight. republicans want democrats to do their dirty work when it comes to medicare. we know president obama offered $400 billion in cuts to medicare and other entitlement programs over the next ten years. here's andrea mitchell trying to get an answer from jason shabbets on where he has a problem with it. >> is your problem that it's not specified? or do you have to produce a laundry list before he comes up with his? >> that's wh
months starting with the automaker purchasing 200 million shares by the end of this month. phil lebeau has more. >> carl, you can almost hear the sighs of relief coming from the gm headquarters in detroit. they have been calling for this for some time. here's what's going to be happening. you mentioned that the government is going to be exiting general motors, not happening all immediately. it's going to take some time, 12 to 15 months. they're going to do a dribbleout is what they're saying. gm is purchasing 200 million shares from treasury at $27.50 a share, about $5.5 billion. and treasury will sell the remaining 300 million shares through various means. that disposition, as we mentioned, earlier we heard from the head of the t.a.r.p. program, they're going to be starting to eliminate the gm shares in january of next year. so starting next month. remember, treasury originally invested $49.5 billion in general motors back in 2008 and 2009. and if we take a look at shares of gm going back to the ipo, remember, the ipo price was $33 a share. for the government to have fully made back a
in a giant bow. that basically represents bows standing in the house. h beau's standing in the ouse. also have a special activity prepared for the young people who visit the white house this year. we thought it would be fun to give them a book market checklist that instructs them to find all of the hidden demint located in eight rooms in the white house. we hope that will keep kids busy while parents are looking at christmas cards. these are just a few of this year's highlights and i could go on and on but i know we have cookies to decorate and things to do but what i have to tell you is that this would not be possible if it were not for the 85 that does volunteers like jennifer who took time out of their busy lives to come from all parts of the country to help us decorate this house. it happens overnight. literally, once the tree is delivered, it is a matter of days before this house is transformed into what you see. it is because people like jennifer who come in and build bonds and share stories about their grandchildren and they are as dedicated as jennifer is to making this house beau
to talk about the possibility of a white christmas. we have the coolest place on the map kara beau 5. 53 tampa. that's the warmest spot. 23 in rapid city. satellite radar imagery off of the coast of the carolina bringing mixture. we had light snow rain across the upper midwest and great lakes. developing system across the west is going to make its move across the central u.s. over the next several days. look at the future radar getting a lot of moisture in the pacific and moving across the central u.s. bay saturday. we are going to watch this system and track it. but certainly some rain and some mountain snow over a foot or more to the colorado rockies which is good news for the spee skiers. stay tuned your chance of a white christmas coming up in the next few minutes. >> thanks a lot. >>> the time now 10 minutes after the ptop of the hour. almost a million of the most popular grand rapids and minivans and suv's on the road they are being recalled we will tell you which ones. >> changes to the frequent flyer program. you may not be earning as many miles as you did before. ♪ [ male anno
by former commissioner paul tab beau, who was handling the appeals process. vilma and hargrove were still found guilty but scott fujita was cleared on the charge. all the team coach suspensions remain in effect. now the question is what does this all mean? mike, take it away. >> it means, one, the existing commissioner of football, goodell, took a helmet-to-helmet hit from the former commissioner, paul tagliabue -- >> slap. >> i mean, a real slap. two, it means that the players involved are going to have to get back pay now, i would assume, because they lost their whole season. >> how about the saints fans? >> well, the saints fans are on the periphery in this. but three, it means the blame has finally and assertively been put where it belonged all the time, on the coaching staff of the new orleans saints. >> and that's it. so, we've got to wait and see if they get the money back or if they sue now. >> i assume they will. they lost a year's salary, most of them. scott fujita lost his reputation. he's clearly, according to commissioner tagliabue's rules, had nothing to do with this. >> may
of buys. we'll tell you what's going on next. phil lebeau talks about virgin atlantic. and we'll talk aig. >> absolutely. >> one more look at futures. more "squawk on the street" in a minute. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with a deadline. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. this is awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is, business pro. yes, it is. go national. go like a pro. >>> the government's now planning to sell the remaining stake in the insurance giant. they'll be sold at $32.50 each, representing 16% of outstanding aig shares. the sale expected to total about $7.6 billion. treasury and federal reserve will e
to dump its remaining stake in general motors at a big loss, sizable loss. phil lebeau joins us again. 12 hours later, there you are, here i am. >> it's interesting what the exact loss will be. we won't know until the government has fully unloaded its entire take in general motors the treasury department owns 500 million shares of general motors. today it is selling 200 million back to gm at 27.50 a share, that's an 8% premium compared to where the stock traded yet. 300 million shares remain. they'll be unloaded systematically by mid 2014. the treasury will not recover all the $49.5 billion that it put into general motors but it will lower its investment stake. this is a pie chart that really shows how much of a stake the different stake holders have here. the government will now have 2 -- 22% once it sells its shares back to general motors. they're going to have $38 billion in liquidity. the company will be underneath the t.a.r.p. pay restrictions. gm shares got a nice pop. they closed at 2718. that is the high going back to february of this year. we were wondering if they close over 27.
. they are making beau coup money from these corporations. how can we change them? >> that's difficult. i think we have to introduce some protective factors. better parenting. more supportive home environments. those sort of things. >> bill: you can't do that. you can't legislate good parenting there are a lot of derelict parents and don't care as they use these video games as babysitters because kids will spend hours on them and won't be annoying the parents. you know the drill. are you calling for the censorship of these games by the authorities? >> yeah, video games are very bad babysitters especially violent ones. while we don't let our children drink beer or smoke cigarettes and i think the first step is to make sure the games are age appropriate. so, for example, children under 13 shouldn't be playing games rated t for teen 13 and above and children under 17 shouldn't be playing games rated m for mature players 17 and older. that's a first step to pay attention to those. >> bill: responsible parents will do that. irresponsible parents will not. that's always the problem. we also have a decli
's this invitation to join a special holiday social next week. look how cute beau is. >>> amid the controversy, the rapper psy took part in the concert christmas in washington. the gangnam style rapper apologized for lashing out against the iraq war at several of his old concerts. >>> former republican governor of florida turned independent charlie crist has turned again. he tweeted out, proud and honored to join the democratic party in the home of president obama. and a picture of his new voter registration form. the picture was taken at a reception at the white house. >>> if you read only one thing this morning, there is a new political movement under way. begging for help from the white house. thousands of americans who fear the loss of twinkies. and they want president obama to nationalize the twinkie industry to prevent the loss of snack cakes, quote, sweet, creamy center. that's just one example of we the people soliciting help from the highest levels of government. for more, and there are many more, check out my must read. it's up on our facebook page at facebook/jansingco. ♪ from jam
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beau of two years. the 46-year-old superstar who once took great pride in calling herself ms. jackson. >> my first name ain't baby. it's janet. ms. jackson, if you're nasty. >> reporter: is about7újñ to be a missus for the third time. "us weekly" is reporting that the lucky groom-to-be is the qatari-born billionaire wissam al mana. he reportedly gave janet a huge ring over the summer, which she keeps locked up so she won't lose it. the couple is set to marry this spring in a lavish ceremony in qatar. >> they're going to fly in all their family and friends. >> reporter: that's going to cost a pretty penny. the youngest member of the jackson singing dynasty has 7 siblings and 20 nieces and nephews. whether all of the talented but combative family attends is yet to be seen. the pair have been dating since 2010. she hinted at the relationship to robin roberts. >> he's a very private man. so, i don't talk about our relationship. but i think -- i really think it's important that i just say this. they've been trying to marry me off for a very, very long time. >> reporter: jackson, who said
, not even a mouse. >> first lady michelle obama was accompanied by first dog, beau as she read "a visit from saint nicholas" earlier this month. that poem was originally published on this day back in 1823. he reportedly wrote it for his kids a year earlier and then a family friend submitted it. it spread as it was reprinted in other newspapers nationwide. the poem has been reprinted any number of times in the past 189 years. a reworked was published to remove the references to santa smoking. >>> on the weekend before christmas we have the story of jack the bikeman. he is a guy who took a simple idea and made it into an annual christmas miracle. >> feel like a kid again. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: remember the first time riding a bike? jack sure does. >> it was freedom. i was out of that crazy house that i was born into. and i was in an open world and i had control of the bike and it was wonderful. >> reporter: you could call him santa known as jack the bikeman. every year throughout the year he and his volunteers, some strikingly santa like -- >> can i pull on this? is it real? >> i guess it
! >>> welcome back to "squawk on the street." i'm phil lebeau with breaking news regarding boeing and the 787 dreamliner. there has been a second dreamliner that has run into problems, once delivered into service, this one solving a cutter airway 787 on delivery from the united states to london. just a few days ago. it has been grounded in london. according to the ceo of cutter qatar airways, he says that the airplane developed a generator failure while in flight. now, it was not an emergency landing but a generator failure is what he says. we've talked with boeing this morning. they say they are aware of the issue. they're not sure it was a generator that failed on the qatar airways 787, but the significance of this is remember on december 4th, it was a united 787 that had to make an emergency landing in new orleans because one of the generators failed on that airplane. there are six on these airplanes. and remember, the 787 was designed to use six generators, electric power so that near nth not using power from the engines, part of the fuel efficiency that goes into the planes. the question
is the thing. the 501(c)3 exemption was added to this tax code in 1917. as beau said, there are more than 1 million registered 501(c)3s right now and poverty is at its historic high. if you're a business, that's a model one could argue isn't working. we're letting the market decide. we're letting the american people decide. do you want to give $50, $75, $100 on givelocally.net? >> how do you pay your expenses? >> as a start-up with investment, we create jobs and pay our people. but beau, who is the ceo and i take no money out of it. but we're trying to build value. >> but do you guys own the company? you're the shareholders of the company? >> we own the co >> is there a percentage of the donation that goes to overhead or how does that work? >> there's a transparent 18 cents on every dollar that goes for our keep the lights on fee is how we list it on the site. >> 18 cents for every dollar? >> yes. but i want to help a single dad in new york who has two kids in school or something. i'm from -- let's say you're from california. i want to help a single mom in california with a medical need. yo
passed away the first calls i got from my sons, beau in delaware, and my son hunter was overseas, they had heard before i did. they knew your dad. they knew your husband. what mattered most to them is, they knew he knew them. matter of fact, it mattered so much to my grown son, hunter, when he did his senior paper at georgetown university, he went to danny and asked whether he could do it about the 442nd and would danny help him. i don't know how many times i have heard my son tell the stories to his friends about how he sat for several hours with danny hearing firsthand about the 442nd. you know, when you think of danny what struck my family, at least, both not just his physical encourage, eternal optimism, his embrace of life, his trammeled belief in the dignity of every human being. danny is known for all the great things he's done, the physical courage he's shown, what he's done with the veterans. but what drew me to danny was the speech he made in 1968 at the democratic convention about civil rights. about human rights. just as my son wrote about danny , future generations w
represents bows standing in the house. -- beau's standing in the house. also have a special activity prepared for the young people who visit the white house this year. we thought it would be fun to give them a book market checklist that instructs them to find all of the hidden demint located in eight rooms in the white house. we hope that will keep kids busy while parents are looking at christmas cards. these are just a few of this year's highlights and i could go on and on but i know we have cookies to decorate and things to do but what i have to tell you is that this would not be possible if it were not for the 85 that does volunteers like jennifer who took time out of their busy lives to come from all parts of the country to help us decorate this house. it happens overnight. literally, once the tree is delivered, it is a matter of days before this house is transformed into what you see. it is because people like jennifer who come in and build bonds and share stories about their grandchildren and they are as dedicated as jennifer is to making this house beautiful. we are just so grateful to
, but it doesn't make any sense. >> we don't know the whole story there. we may never because they're beau both deceased. but the reason you go to the gun range is to teach them how to use guns safely, operate them, respect them and use them safely. but that doesn't answer the question of whether or not she should have had them in the house at all after w a child like that. >> a glock. >> we're never going to know. >> when we come back, new york city mayor michael bloomberg has it on set. >>> and today, we'll reveal who is on the list of finalists for the person of the year. but first, bill carin with a check of the forecast. >> we have two big storms to talk about. one is existing new england as i speak and the other one is heading through the midwest as a major snowstorm. we had the rain early, the green on the map through central and northern new england. the white on the map shows you where the snow is. mostly only the highest of elevations in new hampshire, upstate new york and maine. so the forecast today, on and off periods of rain from buffalo to syracuse and shallow weather albany to b
with constant job openings and no one to fill those positions. cnbc's phil lebeau joins us with more on that story. phil, good morning. >> good morning. we're just outside chicago, start of the first shift here. this is where they make components like this that will go to the aerospace and electronics industries. they have 10 to 12 openings here and this is a story that we're hearing throughout the manufacturing base in the united states. take a look at how many manufacturing openings have been created over the last three years. it's gone from essentially 90,000 up to 247,000. some of those openings they seem like they're permanently open. we went down to metal technologies an auto parts supplier just out of bloomington, indiana, they have five to seven jobs they're ready to fill but they can't fill. in fact, they've had situations where they've had applicants come in, they've hired them and then the people who have been hired have said, do you know what, no thanks, i'd rather stay unemployed. >> we've had people that we've interviewed, that we've agreed to hire, and at the end of th
. the other two parts of this party, beau the administration, the white house, the house, are not going to have a conversation like this. 're jump to either side of you. how do you get those two parties to come up with some sort of agreement that sounds exactly like what you two are talking about? >> i actually think that at the end of the day, we are very close to putting together the grand bargain. because if you think about it, kicking this can down the road doesn't work. why doesn't it work? because early next year we're going to have to have a debt limit extension. can you imagine what that will be like absent the grand bargain being reached now? we'll be right back to task. we will be right back to putting markets at risk. right back to partisan divide. we will be right back to gridlock. so, we can avoid all that. it's right before us. and it's not that hard. that's what i think has been missing. >> let me tell you, any deal we're at a position right now in the united states. we can talk china. europe's been left behind. the only thing that's keeping us back is any deal. just get
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